Monthly Archives: June 2014

Watching a writer grow on Switched at Birth

Switched at Birth is a TV sitcom series by ABC Family that I absolutely am hooked on.  Why on earth? Because this show features a mom of teenagers discovering that she wants to write.   I love seeing scenes when she … Continue reading

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What’s On My Nightstand

Do you ever dream about being interviewed by the New York Times after your novel becomes a bestseller? Yes, well. . .  I love that feature in the Book Review, By the Book, where an author is interviewed and asked, … Continue reading

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Bookshops and Afternoon tea in Victoria, BC

Have you ever been to Victoria?  It is a quiet sweet city on a beautiful island.  My friend and I like to visit at least once a year. Recently we headed out on a Friday morning, painfully early as the … Continue reading

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It’s a Book!

On Friday I held, in my own two hands, the proof copy of my first mystery novel, Leap of Faith. It gave me goose bumps. It made me smile until my face hurt. It made me dance around the room, … Continue reading

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